The City of Topeka Fire Department responded to a reported fire at the Copper Oven.
Kurt Busch couldn’t be more delighted with his move to Stewart-Haas Racing.
Kansas’ redistricting experience shows that even when Republicans dominate a state, the outcome is not always preordained.
A local church was the site of a family health fair Sunday.
A grass fire spread in northwest Shawnee County Sunday afternoon.
On Sunday, the final two Elite Eight games concluded and the Final Four field for North Texas has been set. Florida will play Connecticut, a…
The series will again take a long break, not racing again until May 9 in Kansas.
Kansas beat Oklahoma 4-3 on a walk-off double by Dakota Smith on Sunday afternoon.
The Washburn baseball team lost 7-4 to Northwest Missouri State on Sunday. The Ichabods still won the 4-game series 3-1.
The Kansas softball team beat Oklahoma State 2-1 in extra innings on Sunday to sweep the weekend series.
Power lines are strewn across a street in Silver Lake after high winds caused a tree branch to snap a power pole.
Volunteers have removed two swastikas that were spray-painted onto a Wichita mural that celebrates immigration.
The Royals are coming off an 86-win season — the first time they’d finished above .500 in a decade.
The expansion of U.S. 50 in southwestern Kansas no longer includes leveling a historic rock formation.
After weathering a sea of controversy, “Noah” arrived in first place at the weekend box office.
A 45-year-old man has died after he was hit by a train in south Wichita.
The average salary for an Oklahoma teacher is $43,846 — the lowest in the seven-state region that includes Kansas, with an average teacher s…
Two Hutchinson sisters want people to know that post-traumatic stress disorder can also affect the children in military families.
The lawyer for a 19-year-old Kansas woman accused of killing her 52-year-old housemate says his client doesn’t deny killing the man.
The Hays City Commission has taken steps to increase water conservation measures for residents and businesses.
Kansas education officials have extended this year’s testing period for students because of persistent computer glitches with state tests.
It would seem a simple task. Write a check for $129 million and satisfy a Kansas Supreme Court ruling regarding the constitutionality of sch…
A dispute between KCP&L and Missouri energy regulators could be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, and might eventually lead to increased rat…